Professor Clifton Green

Vita CNBC Example

Teaching

       Undergrad Corporate Finance

       MBA Investments

       PhD Behavioral

T. Clifton Green

Goizueta Business School

1300 Clifton Road

Atlanta, GA 30322

(404)727-5167

clifton.green@emory.edu

 

Working Papers

 

Do High Frequency Traders Need to be Regulated? Evidence from Algorithmic Trading on Macro News

with Tarun Chordia and Badrinath Kottimukkalur, December 2016

       Conditionally accepted at Review of Financial Studies

It Pays to be Extraverted: Executive Personality and Career Outcomes

with Russell Jame and Brandon Lock, July 2016

       2nd round at The Accounting Review

Wisdom of the Employee Crowd: Employer Reviews and Stock Returns

with Ruoyan Huang, Quan Wen, and Dexin Zhou, July 2017

 

CEO Home Bias and Corporate Acquisitions

with Kiseo Chung and Breno Schmidt, October 2016

CEO vs. Consumer Confidence: Investment, Financing and Firm Performance

with Byoung-Hyoun Hwang and Cong (Roman) Wang, February 2015

 

Published Papers

 

Alpha or Beta in the Eye of the Beholder: What Drives Hedge Fund Flows?

with Vikas Agarwal and Honglin Ren

Journal of Financial Economics, 2017 forthcoming

Access to Management and the Informativeness of Analyst Research

with Russell Jame, Stan Markov, and Musa Subasi

Journal of Financial Economics, 2014

Broker-Hosted Investor Conferences

with Russell Jame, Stan Markov, and Musa Subasi

Journal of Accounting and Economics, 2014

Company Name Fluency, Investor Recognition, and Firm Value

with Russell Jame

Journal of Financial Economics, 2013

IPOs as Lotteries: Skewness Preference and First-Day Returns

with Byoung-Hyoun Hwang

Management Science, 2012

Buy-Side Trades and Sell-Side Recommendations, Interactions and Information Content

with Jeff Busse and Narasimhan Jegadeesh

Journal of Financial Markets, 2012

Strategic Trading by Index Funds and Liquidity Provision Around S&P 500 Index Additions

with Russell Jame

Journal of Financial Markets, 2011

Gender and Job Performance: Evidence from Wall Street

with Narasimhan Jegadeesh and Yue Tang

Financial Analysts Journal, 2009

Price Based Return Comovement

with Byoung-Hyoun Hwang

Journal of Financial Economics, 2009

The Impact of Mutual Fund Family Membership on Investor Risk

with Ned Elton and Marty Gruber

Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, 2007

The Value of Client Access to Analyst Recommendations

Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, 2006

Economic News and the Impact of Trading on Bond Prices

Journal of Finance, 2004

Market Efficiency in Real Time

with Jeff Busse

Journal of Financial Economics, 2002

CNBC Example (data point for the study, good example for class)

Economic News and Bond Prices: Evidence from the U.S. Treasury Market

with Ned Elton and Pierluigi Balduzzi

Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, 2001

Market Risk and Model Risk for a Financial Institution Writing Options

with Steve Figlewski

Journal of Finance, 1999

reprinted in Model Risk, Concepts, Calibration and Pricing, 2000, Rajna Gibson, ed., Risk Publications, London

Tax and Liquidity Effects in Pricing Government Bonds

with Ned Elton

Journal of Finance, 1998